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Posted Thu Jun 28, 2012, 7:20pm
Subject: Faeme Compact E98 espesso repair
 

I purchased a Faema E98 for a backup, and a few of the hoses were missing and I can't figure out were they go.  Can anyone send me some pictures of the inside of a E98 machine.  I have looked at the schematics and they don't help.  
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Posted Fri Jun 29, 2012, 5:58am
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My car is running like crap and I have no idea where this hoes goes. Can you tell me how to fix it?

That is the question you just asked. There is no way for us to have any kind of idea  which hoses you are talking about. Pictures go a long way to getting your point and questions answered.

 
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Posted Fri Jun 29, 2012, 6:51am
Subject: Re: Faeme Compact E98 espesso repair
 

Are you talking INSIDE the machine???? I hope not!

Outside there should be two hoses- one wire-reinforced vinyl hose for the drip tray drain. The other is the pressure line from the water source. But since it is evident that you do not know about plumbed espresso machines I suggest that you consult a dealer of the machine for the proper setup. Water quality as well as pressure is important. Cris Coffee can help you with that.

 
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